Encompass's Youth & Family programs offer a spectrum of services for children, youth, and families including counseling, parenting education, and substance use disorder treatment. Staff are trained to work with specialty populations and offer trauma-informed services from a systems perspective.
Transition-Age Youth (TAY) Programs (for youth ages 15-24)
TAY (Transition-Age Youth) Programs: Our Transition Age Youth Programs serve current and former foster, probation placement and youth experiencing homeless ages 15-24. We provide an array of programs and services including counseling, skills building, a drop-in center, and subsidized supportive housing. Our mission is to support and empower youth in making a healthy transition into successful adulthood.
Child, Youth, & Family Programs
- Families Together: Differential Response model offering a combination of counseling and parenting education to improve the safety of children and youth in their homes.
- Family Urgent Response System (Cal-FURS): A coordinated system designed to provide in-person support to youth and families facing immediate challenges.
- FUERTE Wraparound: Wraparound services for youth involved in the juvenile justice system.
- Stable Transitions After Re-Entry (STAR): Provides support to youth who are exiting Probation-based placements and returning to a family-based home environment.
- Therapeutic Behavioral Services: Intensive behaviorally-focused service for youth at risk of a higher level of care.
- Youth Services Counseling (CARF Accredited Program): Individual and family counseling to support challenges with emotional and behavioral challenges.
- Youth Substance Use Counseling (CARF Accredited Program): Outpatient and intensive outpatient services for youth struggling with drugs and/or alcohol use.